Lake Fork fishing guide Brooks Rogers announced the launch of his guide services for the spring fishing season. Offering professional angling guidance at Lake Fork, Brooks Rogers and his team of expert instructors helps anglers enjoy a memorable and instructive fishing tour of the fishing lake. The group has operated at Lake Fork since 1997.
More information about Brooks Rogers Lake Fork Guides is available at [http://lakeforkguidebrooksrogers.com](http://lakeforkguidebrooksrogers.com/)
Lake Fork is a specialized angling region that forms part of the Lake Fork Reservoir under the jurisdiction of the Sabine River Authority of Texas. The lake is a prime angling reservoir for several species of sport-fishing including Channel catfish, Largemouth Bass, White & black crappie, White bass, and Sunfish. For small groups, Brooks Rogers provides personalized fishing tours of the region. For large groups, he partners with Gary Paris and Jason Hoffman who possess a deep knowledge of angling in Lake Fork.
As a challenging fishing ground that is accessible to new anglers and sport-fishing professionals, Lake Fork is a premier sportfishing venue in the spring, when Largemouth Bass are plentiful. Anglers are expected to come prepared with full rain gear, cameras, food and fishing supplies. For the 2017 Lake Fork fishing season, Brooks Rogers also recommends local cuisine options at the Oak Ridge Marina. The marina also supplies convenience store items, tackles, and other fishing equipment.
Fishing hours at Lake Fork commence at first safe light and end between 4:00 PM and 5:00 PM. Brooks Rogers operates a full-day and a half-day program as well as guided tours for corporate clients.
According to a spokesperson Brooks Rogers, "Our group leverages two decades of experience and an intimate knowledge of the Lake Fork Reservoir to provide unique and memorable sport-fishing experiences during the spring of 2017."
Brooks Rogers is a professional angler who has competed at high levels on the BASS Tournament Trail and the FLW Everstart Series. Having competed in the first inaugural BASS Open Championship, BASS Majors, and the BASS Elite Tour, Rogers retired from competitive sportfishing in 2006.